As part of this year's Prime Day deals, Australians can now snag themselves one of Mobvoi's TicWatch wearables for cheap.
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If you've been on the fence about grabbing Samsung's Apple Watch competitor, now might be the time to pull the trigger.
Huawei are partnering with Vodafone and Telstra to gift a free smartwatch to P30 and P30 Pro buyers.
Huawei have doubled down on the premium smartwatch space - introducing the new 46mm Active Edition and 42mm Elegant Edition versions of their Watch GT smartwatch.
Apple has unveiled watchOS 6, and it makes the Apple Watch more independent than ever.
In another piece of bad news for Samsung this week, the Galaxy Wearable app for Android devices is currently broken, with many users reporting sign-in problems.
Fitbit has unveiled a more-affordable version of last year's smartwatch, the Fitbit Versa Lite.
The Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10+ might improve one of the most annoying parts of the smartwatch experience: charging them.
Huawei has announced it'll be extending its current offer to bundle together its Huawei Watch GT smartwatch and Mate 20 Pro smartphone.
Ever since it was first hyped at last year's IFA, I've been on a quest to get my hands on Nubia's Alpha smartwatch-smartphone hybrid. I tried and failed at CES but at this year's Mobile World Congress,I finally got my wish.
While LG's rollable OLED TV might be the star of their CES showcase this year, the company's W7 hybrid smartwatch is also getting some love with LG Australia telling us that the wearable will come to Australia in limited quantities in 2019.
Sydney-based owners of the Fitbit Ionic and Fitbit Versa can now use either smartwatch to pay for their morning commute using the NFC chip in the wearable.
Fitbit OS 3.0 is rolling out to Ionic and Versa watches bringing new apps, enhanced dashboard features, and powerful APIs.
Optus has launched the new Apple Watch on a 24-month mobile broadband plan, with Optus Number Share included for free.
Tidal has announced the launch of the Tidal app for Samsung Wearable Devices.
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